The White House and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi continue to disagree on a stimulus deal, as the chances of funding before Election Day grow slimmer.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin called on Congress to "immediately vote" on a measure to spend unused money from the Paycheck Protection Proram.
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Antitrust law has focused on overcharging consumers, but Democrats want to update laws for tech companies that provide free services.
Worker unions and industry groups have expressed frustration over inconsistent messaging from the White House and the delay in passing a new stimulus.
House Democrats had passed two measures that would have provided $1,200 to each adult and another $1,200 for each dependant child.
The coronavirus relief package is likely to be rejected in the GOP-controlled Senate as many Republicans argue against more federal spending.
The package also includes funds for coronavirus testing and contact tracing, as well as $436 billion in state aid.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the "government funding bill shamefully leaves out key relief and support that American farmers need."
With President Trump expected to nominate a Supreme Court pick sometime this week, Pelosi is considering ways to prevent a vote on the nomination.
The Biden campaign is seeking to build out a tax plan to contrast with that of President Donald Trump, for which details have been sparse.
Transportation committee Democrats pulled no punches in laying blame at the feet of Boeing and regulators in two crashes that killed 346 people.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney, chairwoman of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform, told The Washington Post the committee would open an investigation.
US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the Trump administration wants to keep coronavirus spending separate from a deal to fund the government.